Array::Assign - Assign and extract array elements by names. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 2 total dependents

MNUNBERG/Array-Assign-0.01 - 14 Jan 2012 02:00:28 GMT - Search in distribution

Perl::Critic::Policy::Freenode::ArrayAssignAref - Don't assign an anonymous arrayref to an array River stage zero No dependents

A common mistake is to assign values to an array but use arrayref brackets "[]" rather than parentheses "()". This results in the array containing one element, an arrayref, which is usually unintended. If intended, the arrayref brackets can be wrappe...

DBOOK/Perl-Critic-Freenode-0.027 - 21 Jun 2018 00:18:01 GMT - Search in distribution

List::AssignRef - assign an arrayref to an array sensibly River stage zero No dependents

OK, so you might ask yourself, why would you want to do this: my \@array = $arrayref; When you can just do this: my @array = @{ $arrayref }; Well, in that simple case List::AssignRef is overkill. However, what about cases when you have a function tha...

TOBYINK/List-AssignRef-0.004 - 15 Sep 2014 13:19:13 GMT - Search in distribution

GD - Interface to Gd Graphics Library River stage three • 82 direct dependents • 123 total dependents is a Perl interface to Thomas Boutell's gd graphics library (version 2.01 or higher; see below). GD allows you to create color drawings using a large number of graphics primitives, and emit the drawings as PNG files. GD defines the following fo...

RURBAN/GD-2.68 - 18 Feb 2018 19:56:41 GMT - Search in distribution

GBK - Source code filter to escape GBK script River stage zero No dependents

INA/Char-GBK-1.08 - 29 Aug 2016 12:41:08 GMT - Search in distribution

UHC - Source code filter to escape UHC script River stage zero No dependents

INA/Char-UHC-1.08 - 28 Aug 2016 15:29:00 GMT - Search in distribution

exiftool - Read and write meta information in files River stage two • 20 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

A command-line interface to Image::ExifTool, used for reading and writing meta information in a variety of file types. *FILE* is one or more source file names, directory names, or "-" for the standard input. Metadata is read from source files and pri...

EXIFTOOL/Image-ExifTool-11.01 - 11 Jun 2018 12:18:41 GMT - Search in distribution

JE - Pure-Perl ECMAScript (JavaScript) Engine River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 6 total dependents

JE, short for JavaScript::Engine (imaginative, isn't it?), is a pure-Perl JavaScript engine. Here are some of its strengths: - Easy to install (no C compiler necessary*) - The parser can be extended/customised to support extra (or fewer) language fea...

SPROUT/JE-0.066 - 27 Oct 2014 00:19:07 GMT - Search in distribution

Nes - A powerful template system for HTML and the Web. River stage zero No dependents

Nes (No Embedded Source) a system for separating Perl executable code and the representation of the data generated in HTML using Tags are replaced with variables created in Perl. Nes can do for you? With Nes can do the same or more than any other tem...

NES/Nes-1.03 - 14 Apr 2010 07:54:00 GMT - Search in distribution

fp - a library for programming in a functional style River stage zero No dependents

This module is an experiment in functional programming in perl. It uses nothing but a combination of; subroutines, the @_ array and a few built in operators to implement a style of functional programming. None of the code above is all that interestin...

STEVAN/fp-0.03 - 28 Sep 2005 22:27:52 GMT - Search in distribution

greple - extensible grep with lexical expression and region handling River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

MULTIPLE KEYWORDS greple has almost the same function as Unix command egrep(1) but the search is done in a manner similar to Internet search engine. For example, next command print lines those contain all of `foo' and bar' and `baz'. greple 'foo bar ...

UTASHIRO/App-Greple-8.29 - 03 Aug 2018 23:42:27 GMT - Search in distribution

bc - An arbitrary precision calculator language River stage zero No dependents

*bc* is a language that supports arbitrary precision numbers with interactive execution of statements. There are some similarities in the syntax to the C programming language. A standard math library is available by command line option. If requested,...

CWEST/ppt-0.14 - 05 Aug 2004 14:48:58 GMT - Search in distribution
  • bc - An arbitrary precision calculator language

XSH River stage zero No dependents

CHOROBA/XML-XSH-1.8.6 - 09 Mar 2018 23:41:22 GMT - Search in distribution

HP15 - Source code filter to escape HP-15 script River stage zero No dependents

INA/Char-HP15-1.08 - 28 Aug 2016 13:53:59 GMT - Search in distribution

Sjis - Source code filter to escape ShiftJIS script River stage zero No dependents

INA/Char-Sjis-1.08 - 28 Aug 2016 15:27:32 GMT - Search in distribution

perlre - Perl regular expressions River stage five • 6777 direct dependents • 21333 total dependents

This page describes the syntax of regular expressions in Perl. If you haven't used regular expressions before, a tutorial introduction is available in perlretut. If you know just a little about them, a quick-start introduction is available in perlreq...

SHAY/perl-5.26.1 - 22 Sep 2017 21:30:18 GMT - Search in distribution

XSH - scripting language for XPath-based editing of XML River stage zero No dependents

CHOROBA/XML-XSH2-2.1.27 - 29 Mar 2018 20:00:35 GMT - Search in distribution

UTF2 - Source code filter to escape UTF-8 script River stage zero No dependents

INA/Char-UTF2-1.08 - 01 Sep 2016 14:23:42 GMT - Search in distribution

Dot - The beginning of a Perl universe River stage zero No dependents

"Dot" is an object system, where an object is a hash, a method is a closure, and a class is a subroutine. An object always starts as nothing, i.e. "{}", and it could then be modified by one or more classes at any time by adding/removing/modifying met...

RSLOVERS/Dot-v1.0.1 - 30 May 2018 06:02:28 GMT - Search in distribution

The River stage two • 27 direct dependents • 29 total dependents

JDB/Win32-OLE-0.1712 - 14 May 2014 22:54:06 GMT - Search in distribution

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